Kelvin Doe had a very busy weekend in Freetown snagging three awards from two different events.
His first from the National Entrepreneurship, who recognises and celebrates the success of young entrepreneurs in the business community and Institutions which have helped the local businesses and entrepreneurs and two more awards from NEXTE Awards 2015 held at the Radisson Blu Hotel.
The young inventor and engineer dedicated his awards to his mother saying, ‘Thanking God for such an Amazing Award-:) Am gonna make you proud MOM.”
Kelvin a self taught engineer with no formal training , is the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT, according to CNN.
Working with various organisations, he now empowers the youth in his local community providing them with basic necessary IT skills and invention lessons.